It’s been one year since the passage of President Biden’s Inflation Reduction Act, accelerating the deployment of clean energy, clean vehicles, clean buildings, and clean manufacturing. But how does the most significant action Congress has ever taken to tackle the climate crisis affect you? Well, besides the creation of jobs, the reduction of pollution, and the protection of those who are most at risk from climate change, there are a plethora of tax credits, rebates, and incentives available.

Ha pasado un año desde la aprobación de la Ley de Reducción de la Inflación del presidente Biden, que aceleró el despliegue de energía limpia, vehículos limpios, edificios limpios y manufactura limpia. Pero, ¿cómo te afecta la acción más importante que ha tomado el Congreso para abordar la crisis climática? Bueno, además de la creación de empleos, la reducción de la contaminación y la protección de quienes corren mayor riesgo ante el cambio climático, hay una gran cantidad de créditos fiscales, reembolsos e incentivos disponibles.

In 2021, we came together and secured key wins in the fight for our future.

Colorado must lead the way among the states by working to conserve and restore 30 percent of our state’s lands by 2030.

Public lands and climate change are some of the issues I care most about. I could no longer sit on the sidelines and had to get directly involved with this work.

Conservation Colorado was able to move the conservation agenda leaps and bounds forward to address the urgent problems caused by climate change, while bringing equity and justice to the forefront.

New changes position Colorado as a national leader in protecting people and wildlife through commonsense oil and gas regulation.

Coloradans — in the midst of a global health crisis and on the heels of our worst wildfire season ever — overwhelmingly want climate leadership.